Faurisson labels Christopher Hitchens a total or partial revisionist. But this introduction was written in 1994, before or about the time Hitchens had found out his mother was Jewish. Shortly after this revelation he immediately began aligning himself with neo-conservatives. (Not that he didn't seem Jewy before he learned his mother was Jewish -- perhaps there is something to say for the anti-semitic view that the nature of the Jews has its ultimate root in their genetics). From this appearance on the Riz Khan show (who's probably a crypto) in the 2000s it's plain that Hitchens is a Holohoax promoter.I think that the co-religionists of Mr. Berenbaum will at last abandon the gas chamber as they have abandoned the Jewish soap and the Auschwitz 4 million. They will go farther than that. As in the two previous cases, they will present themselves as the discoverers of the myth and accuse the Germans, the Poles, or the Communists of having fabricated the ‘myth of the gas chambers’. In support of their impudent thesis, they will then invoke the names of Jews who are Revisionists totally or in part (J.G. Burg, Jean-Gabriel Cohn-Bendit, Roger-Guy Dommergue, Arno Mayer, David Cole, Christopher Hitchens, Joel Hayward ?). They will then assign themselves the starring role.
At the same time, however, transforming the ‘Holocaust’ of the Jews into a religious belief, this time divested of all material content, they will be only the more inflexible in denouncing authentic Revisionists as ‘deniers’, or ‘negationists’, as being intolerant, heartless, basely materialistic and
hostile to the free expression of religious sentiments. For those Jews, the true Revisionists will thus continue to be diabolical in spirit even if they must be acknowledged to be in the right from a factual point of view.
A second point is that I view this quote by Faurisson as very profound. He illustrates an understanding of the chameleon nature of the Jewish people when he predicts, "They will go farther than that. As in the two previous cases, they will present themselves as the discoverers of the myth and accuse the Germans, the Poles, or the Communists of having fabricated the ‘myth of the gas chambers’".
This is an easy scenario to accept. It reminds me of Jews today who completely remove themselves in mainstream histories from any major participation in the Atlantic Slave Trade, even though history books published by Jewish historical societies (meant for Jewish eyes only) reveal how dominant was their participation. I sometimes hear people say something along the lines of, "When the world finds out the Holocaust didn't happen that will be the end of Jewish power." Not necessarily, as the Faurisson quote illustrates.
Another thing to mention about this quote, is that it is immediately followed by an essay by Germar Rudolf ("The Controvery about the Extermination of the Jews," originally written in 1994, but revised in 2003--so I assume the following is still his view). Under the first heading "A German-Jewish Vision of the Future" Rudolf begins the piece by describing the great relationship Jews and Germans had in the 19th Century (itself a dubious statement) and then goes on to write:
Only a man who rejects the view that Jews and non-Jews are eternal enemies could have written the above. I can possibly accept the idea of a Jew becoming compatible with gentiles on condition that the Jew within him is destroyed. St. Vincent Ferrer found suspect any Jewish convert whose family didn't disown him. If a Jew converts to, say, the Catholic Church and remains on good terms with the Jewish people and with his Jewish family, it can be suspected that his conversion is insincere.It is my wish that both peoples should come together again in a partnership of mutual respect, so as to take up the traditions of an era that brought the world, Jewry, and the German people such immense benefit. It is also my wish that the time may come, at long last, where all the reciprocal contempt or disdain, mutual distrust and fear are eroded and ultimately removed. I long for the end of an era that has brought the world, Jewry, and the German people as much misfortune as perhaps no era before.
Rudolf seems very naive about the Jewish people, where Faurisson displays a better understanding of their nature.